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The real threats to American Jewry lie elsewhere.
Everybody hates the Jews.
A defense of motherhood must go beyond mockery of woke language.
Jews don’t count.
“I lost credibility . . . because I’m Jewish.”
For corporate diversity consultants as for the media, anti-Semitism doesn’t count.
The most polished writing and
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